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How to erase music off phillips sa3104 mp3 player

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  • timellelee Dec 26, 2008

    how do i take music off my philips gogear with 2 GB

  • livysuba Feb 12, 2009

    i cant erase music off my mp3



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Open windows media player, pick music, pick phillips go gear, displays music, click on music, choose delete

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Format it.

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What converter should i needed for my philips gogear aria can't able to download songs...


MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.You need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto your computer ordownload them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3 player.
You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track.
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Phillips mp3 player not being recognized by windows media player


try this... open up a windows with the music you want on the mp3 player, then open a windows with your mp3 player, it should be listed under my computer\your mp3 player\internal storage\music and then just drag and drop your music over to the music folder on your mp3, and please note that might not be the exact location of yours im just using mine as an example, also when you connect it if it asks what you want to do with this, click on open and there you go

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Erasing music from mp3 player


get pc with usb 2.0 port, and at least win 2000 professional on it
get mp3 player
get install cd for mp3 player (if you have one)

boot up, plug in player, wait for recognition by win2K or above, then treat as if it was an usb-stick or
external harddisk: erase the files you want or format it all to have it blank, copy new files

if not, run hardware detection via device manager, if windows does detect unknown device,
let it find driver from the hardddisk or win setup-cd/dvd, install, try to find as harddisk

or run install from mp3-related cd, choose the right driver fitting your operation system, install
remove mp3-player, reboot, repug, win should now find it automatically!

now erase the music files(mp3's) on your player and/or copy new ones, unplug,

put in fresh battery and enjoy!

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I got a phillips go8 and can't find the right software


convert the files to mp3 with this:

http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/products/dvd/Free-Audio-Converter.htm

and plug the player into the computer wwith a usb cable and drag and drop the files or delete them to remove them from the mp3 player.

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Phillips SA3125 2GB "shuffle all" problem.


I would go ahead and try the firmware update to see if it resolves your issue - for the firmware update to work, you have to get the most recent version of the Philips Device Manager from Philips website. It will erase all the songs in the GoGear, so make sure you have them backed up.

-Tha Mp3 doctor

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Gogear mp3


Run the Update tab in the Philips Device Manager - make sure you are connected to the internet before performing the Update.

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I have a phillips go gear 8gbmp3 well the problem is it seems to have erased it self no music but when i plug it into a pc the music is there


the problem is that your music wont show up in the music section but it will be in the folders section of the mp3 player

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Use Windows Media Player to delete the videos - may have to select "video" instead of "music" mode first.

If this fails, reformatting the GoGear in Windows Media Player will erase EVERYTHING including music off the player so you can start from scratch.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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I recently answerd a similar question. Just try googling the mp3 players model number and brandname followed by 'utilities' or' drivers.

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